I don't want nobody else,

I don't want nobody else,
Without you, there's no one left and,
You're like Jordans on Saturday,
I gotta have you and I cannot wait now,

"With You" by Chris Brown

"It's you. The one I want standing next to me when my dreams come true. It's you."

Looking back on that day, Lucas realized that that was the best day of his life. The Tree Hill Ravens had won the championship, he had won Peyton, and all was good. Obviously, the night wasn't the greatest, but the day kicked ass.

Now, Lucas had a blank piece of paper, a pen, and all of his feelings for Peyton to guide him. He needed this to be the best piece of writing he'd ever written because the person who mattered the most was going to hear him say these words.

"Peyton Elizabeth Sawyer, I have dreamed about this day since I was in 8th grade and knew that I had found my one and only. I may be an accomplished author, but I have found no words that can describe my love for you. I guess the only thing I can tell you is that you're it for me, you're my forever. I need you more than anyone will ever know. And I vow for eternity my love, compassion, faith, hope, and respect for you today. I wish there were better words to describe this feeling I have, but I guess these will have to do."

Lucas looked down at what he had written. And then he realized the answer to what had been plaguing him all day. It didn't matter to Peyton. It didn't matter the words he used or how he used them, as long as he gave her his heart. Peyton understood his love. So much so, that when he said "I gotta have you and I cannot wait now," she knew that he wanted to move the wedding date up. Now, that was love; that was him and Peyton, TLA.